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04-29-20 Coronavirus Update

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APRIL/2020

Coronavirus Update - 04.29.20

Our office will reopen on Monday, May 4th with a reduced patient schedule.

The safety of our patients and staff continues to be our top priority. Our office will reopen on Monday, May 4, 2020 with a reduced patient schedule and extra precautions for our patient population. To keep the spread of the coronavirus to a minimum while also continuing to provide the best care to our patients, screening questions will be asked when confirming appointments and when patients present for treatment.

We are diligently working to reduce the risk of spread of the coronavirus by taking other steps. Please read our entire blog post for details.


04-29-20 Coronavirus Update

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APRIL/2020

Coronavirus Update - 04.08.20

The office will close on Wednesday, April 15th until further notice.

During the past two weeks, we have been treating high risk cancers with a very limited office schedule. After taking care of our patients, we have once again decided to close our office fully on Wednesday, April 15th until further notice. We made this decision in order to do our part to flatten the curve, protect our staff, patients and community.

If we are contacted by referring physicians in the community requesting treatments for high risk skin cancers, such as newly referred melanomas or squamous cell carcinomas, we will be happy to coordinate with individual patients to provide that treatment in the safest way possible during the pandemic—with new scheduling beginning in May.


03-26-20 Coronavirus Update

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MARCH/2020

Coronavirus Update - 03.26.20

The office will reopen on March 30, 2020 with a reduced patient schedule to treat high risk cancers.

The safety of our patients and staff is our top priority. The office will reopen on March 30, 2020 with a reduced patient schedule to treat high risk cancers. To keep the spread of the coronavirus to a minimum while also continuing to provide the best care to our patients, screening questions will be asked when confirming appointments or when patients present for treatment.

We are diligently working to reduce the risk of spread of the coronavirus by taking specific steps—please read our entire blog post for details!


Coronavirus Update

14

MARCH/2020

Coronavirus Update

As our patient, your well-being is our highest priority.

We have been closely monitoring the respiratory illness caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19), and would like to provide you with resources to help you take care of your health and protect others. Please visit www.cdc.gov for the most updated information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the virus, how to reduce the risk of spreading it, travel and more.


Sun Safe Spring Break

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MARCH/2019

Sun Safe Spring Break

Are you dreaming of spring break? You are not alone!

It’s a magical time of year where parents get to leave the cubicle and pile of work to-do’s behind and students get to abandon the books and homework in exchange for some quality time with family and friends. And what better way to spend this time together than soaking up the sun and taking advantage of the warmer sunnier days approaching?


Before heading out to your desired location—beach, campsite, mountaintop, backyard—there is one thing parents and spring breakers need to keep in mind: protecting your skin from the sun is paramount to your fun and your skin health! Without proper sun protection, your week-long getaway can turn into a week of pain and skin damage that can last longer than you might think.

 

Why Today is the Best Day to Schedule a Skin Screening

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Jun / 2018

Why Today is the Best Day to Schedule a Skin Screening

For starters, a skin screening could save your life!

Summer is upon us. The season is full of hours outside gardening, grilling, swimming, relaxing and hitting the beach to kick it up in the sand and surf. You may love the time outside and adore the sun, but your skin does not, at least not as much as you do. Natural Vitamin D is a good thing, in healthy doses, to keep our bones strong, but too much exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays can wreak havoc on the body's largest organ, including -- freckles, sunspots, wrinkles, premature aging and skin cancer.


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